Topical Index to Collected Works

These indexes, prepared by Molly Hand, cover all the introductory material in “The Collected Works,” including the three general introductory essays, the critical introductions that precede edited texts, and the brief accounts of lost works. They do not cover the commentaries. For additional indexes, see the Companion, pp. 1167-1183.

Selective Topical Index for Introductions to The Collected Works of Thomas Middleton

abridgment 41

Act to Restraine Abuses 511, 1542

acting companies 37, 42, 74-5 [see Chamberlain’s Men, King’s Men, Prince’s Men, children’s companies]

adaptation 37, 1165-9, 1542-6, 2000-1

allegory 1826-7

almanacs / mock-almanacs 195-7, 781, 1271-4, 1999-2000

apprenticeship 60, 65-7

Arminianism 50

attribution 833-5, 980-1, 1211, 1542-4, 1679, 1886

biblical typology 679

Bishops’ Ban 40, 154, 1970

Calvinism 679-80, 1077, 1725, 1916-18

Catholicism 509-10, 680, 1774-6, 1909-10

censorship 40, 834, 1032, 1166, 1542, 1775-6, 1970

character names 1543, 1826

chess 1774, 1826-7

children’s companies 37-8, 74-8, 334-6, 374 [see Blackfriars, Paul’s]

citizen comedy 374

citizenship 65-6

city comedy 45-6, 55, 77, 336, 594-6, 723, 725, 779, 907, 980, 1074, 1544, 1593

civic pageants 25-6, 42-3, 45, 57, 77, 85-7, 219-23, 907, 959-61, 963-8, 1167, 1202-4, 1251-3, 1397-9, 1431-4, 1586-8, 1714, 1766-8, 1898-1900

civil war 680

classicism 221-2

cloth trade 63, 1397, 1449, 1593-5

collaboration 26, 37-8, 41, 43-4, 76, 328-9, 467, 1165, 1209, 1211-12, 1544, 1632, 1766

colonial ideology 1715-16

cony-catching pamphlets 375, 414

court, representations of 45-6

cross-dressing 722-5, 780

Cupid 1030-32, 1035

disguised ruler, dramatic convention of 91-2

doctrine of election 681

dramatis personae (lists of persons) 43, 72, 1973

drinking/drunkenness in early modern England 46-7, 1303-6

duels, treatment of 1209, 1305-6, 1681

economic conditions, early modern 40-1, 469, 908

education, and religion 34

emblems 966, 1032, 1916

English foreign affairs 670-2, 1303, 1397, 1432, 1714-15, 1774

epistles/dedications 36, 43, 129-30, 149-50, 154, 964

Essex rebellion 76, 329

euthanasia 1331-3

factionalism 1774

Fire of London 50, 60

formats of printed texts 42

gender, treatment of 725, 910, 1209-12

Gunpowder Plot 509-10, 512

homosociality 44, 335-6

immigration 60-1

Inns of Court 45, 334, 594, 1320, 1322

legal culture 35, 44-5, 71-2, 334, 375, 1334

livery companies 65-8, 964, 1274, 1586, 1714, 1718

London clergy 71

London, historical context 59-73, 128-31, 185, 721, 908, 1907; map 62

London, representations of 45-7, 68, 206, 594-5, 1593

London riots 70

London theatres 50, 74-87

London trade 64

Lord Mayors’ pageants 28, 42, 44, 49, 64, 66, 85-7, 963-8, 1251-3, 1397-9, 1431-4, 1586-8, 1714-18, 1766-8, 1828-9, 1898, 1901-3

Lucrece myth 836-7, 1985-8

magic, in drama 330, 1166-7

marriage, and exchange economy 908-9

masculinity, treatment of 1303-6

masques 42, 57, 77, 85-7, 596, 1028-32, 1167, 1320-2, 1397, 1405-8, 1431, 1433-4, 1491-2, 1778, 1899

mock parliament 1999-2000

morality tradition 545

mortality rates 61, 63

neoplatonism 1031, 1035

news-sheets (‘corantos’) 1545, 1776

oath of allegiance, Catholic 509

occasional poems 1886-9

overseas trade 63-4, 1587, 1714-17

pamphlets 42, 57

parishes 68-9

parody 1271-4

pastoral 1321-2

patronage 36-7, 43, 129, 195, 204, 1397

plague 40, 128-31, 183-5, 220, 280, 330

plays, as literature 43

political prose 1907-11

poverty 40-1

print culture 36, 64, 1776

prostitution/bawdy houses 67, 375-6

Protestantism 34-5, 1077, 1323, 1406, 1545, 1726, 1827

Puritanism 28, 331, 509-12, 680-2, 908, 1321

race, representations of 1714-18

Restoration 50, 52

Restoration comedy 779

revenge tragedy 543-4

revivals 41, 52, 1034, 1074, 1726

rogue literature 204-5, 1971

royal entry 219-20

satire 37, 40, 149, 151, 153-4, 204-6, 509-11, 907, 1970-3, 1544, 1775-9, 1970-3, 1999-2002

shared printing 43

songs 1542, 1546, 1679, 1726, 1886

Spanish match 682, 1034, 1252, 1405, 1634-5, 1725-6, 1768, 1774, 1908-9

street ballads 46

sumptuary laws 723, 1593

text trade 27, 35-6, 43, 64

theatre, economic structure of 37

theatres, closing of 40, 75, 330

theatres, public and private 77-9, 83

Thirty Years’ War 50, 1405-6, 1432, 1544-5, 1680

title-page illustrations 25-6, 42-3, 47, 205 [see Black Book, Game, Owl, Quarrel, Roaring, Tennis]

tragicomedy 25, 55, 1211, 1331, 1448-9, 1680, 1723-4

translation 34

travel narratives 1716-17

typeface 42, 205, 2001

War of the Theatres 38

widowhood 1035, 1075

witchcraft, beliefs and representations of 1124-8, 1166-8

writing, profession of 36

Selective Index of Proper Names in Introductions to The Collected Works of Thomas Middleton

Abbot, George 34, 1125, 1398, 1778

Admiral’s Men 37-8, 74-6, 78, 328-9, 543

Airay, Henry 34

Alabaster, William, Roxana 638

Allde, Edward 43

Alleyn, Edward 41, 74, 76, 1886-7

Andrewes, Lancelot 510, 680

Anne of Denmark 1405, 1887-9

Archer, Edward 546

Archer, Thomas 43

Arden of Faversham 453

Ariosto, Orlando Furioso 724

Ascham, Roger, Toxophilus 1433

Aubrey, John, Brief Lives 960

Bacon, Francis 41, 45, 1029, 1125, 1305, 1544, 1776, 1908

Bale, John, Image of Both Churches 838

Bancroft, Richard 510-13

Barclay, John, Argenis 1679

Barkham, Edward 1586-8

Barry, Lording, Ram Alley 373

Beard, Thomas, The Theatre of God’s Judgment 63, 1077

Beaumont, Francis 35, 37-8, 43-4, 49-50, 52-3, 328, 980, 1331, 1679; The Maid’s Tragedy 833; Masque of the Inner Temple and Gray’s Inn 1032, 1322

Beeston, William 1406, 1726

Beeston’s Boys 641, 1726

Behn, Aphra 52; The City Heiress 373

Blackfriars, Children of the 38, 74-5, 77-8, 332, 336, 374, 594, 911

Blackfriars theatre 38, 50, 74-5, 77-9, 82, 87, 332, 374, 594, 834, 1034, 1074, 1128, 1168, 1542, 1593

Boar’s Head theatre 74-5

Boccaccio, Decameron 128, 150, 1074; Genealogia deorum gentilium 1032

Bodley, Sir Thomas 43

Bolles, George 64, 66, 1251, 1432 [see ‘Bolles’]

Bretnor, Thomas 1271

Brome, Richard 37, 50; The Jovial Crew 1726

Buc, George 833-4

Burbage, Richard 31, 43, 74, 76, 336, 835, 1887-9

Burton, Robert, Anatomy of Melancholy 1032, 1679

Busino, Orazio 1251-3

Calvin, Jean 34-5, 1035; Institutes 679-81, 1916

Camden, William 1909

Campion, Thomas 1323; Lords’ Masque 1031; Masque of Squires 1028-30

Carew, Thomas 49; Coelum Britannicum 1032

Carey, George 36

Carr, Robert 963, 1027-8, 1124-8, 1449, 1633-5, 1681

Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da 25-6

Castiglione, Baldassare, The Courtier 1036

Cavendish, Margaret 72

Caxton, William, The Golden Legend 638

Cecil, Robert 331, 1027

Cervantes, Miguel de, Don Quixote 833, 835; La Fuerza de la Sangre 1723-5

Chamberlain, John 1028-9, 1124, 1202, 1397, 1431, 1545, 1776, 1898-9

Chamberlain’s Men 37, 41, 74-6, 78, 329 [see King’s Men]

Chapman, George 37, 40, 47, 77, 280, 467, 833, 963, 965, 1774; Andromeda Liberata 1028-9; Bussy D’Ambois 1827

Charles I 34, 49-50, 78, 223, 280, 680, 1028, 1202-4, 1252, 1322, 1333, 1405-7, 1432, 1634-4, 1679, 1725-6, 1767-8, 1773-4, 1777, 1898-1900, 1908-10, 2000

Charles II 50, 1074, 1636, 1774

Chaucer, Geoffrey 60, 1999

Chettle, Henry 36-7, 76, 196, 329, 546; All Is Not Gold That Glisters 331; Hoffman 543

Chorlton, Jeffrey 195

Christmas, Garrett 1397, 1714, 1766, 1900, 1902

Clement, Francis, The Petty School 32

Cockpit theatre (Phoenix) 77-80, 83-4, 280, 641, 1333, 1406, 1634, 1725

Cockson, Thomas, The Revels of Christendom (engraving) 26

Cokayne, Sir William 1397-9, 1431, 1434, 1449, 1593

‘Cokayne project’ 1397-8, 1449, 1593

Coke, Sir Edward 1544, 1909

Coleorton Masque 1321, 1323

Coryat, Thomas 1716-17; Coryat’s Crudities 375; illustration 282

Cotgrave, John, English Treasury of Wit and Language 52, 641

The Counterfeit Bridegroom, or, the Defeated Widow 779

Crashaw, William 47, 512

Crowley, Robert 28

Curtain Theatre 29, 44, 74

Daborne, Robert 43

Dalton, Michael, The Country Justice 1724

Daniel, Samuel 36, 43, 48, 1323; Cleopatra 328; Complaint of Rosamond 1987

Darrell, John 511

Davenant, William 52, 1679, 1773; The Law against Lovers (adaptation of Measure) 1544; Macbeth 1165

Davenport, Richard 50

Davies, Sir John 331

Day, John 44, 467; The Travels of the Three English Brothers 672

De Bry, Theodor 1716

De Witt, Johannes, illustration of the Swan 80

Defoe, Daniel, A Journal of the Plague Year 128

Dekker, Thomas 36-8, 43-4, 52, 66, 70, 73, 205, 455, 967, 1272 ; Banquet (with Middleton) 637-41; Caesar’s Fall (with Drayton, Middleton, Munday, and Webster) 328-9, 1766; Gravesend (with Middleton) 40, 128-31, 184; The Gull’s Hornbook 334, 594; Gypsy (with Ford, Middleton, and Rowley) 25, 44-5, 1723-7; The Honest Whore Part 2 283; The King’s Entertainment 1714; Lanthorne and Candlelight 1036; Magnificent (with Jonson, Harrison, and Middleton) 41, 43, 45, 85, 131, 219-23, 782, 1898; Match Me in London 1726; Meeting (with Middleton) 40, 42, 183-5; The Noble Spanish Soldier 640; Patient Grissil 281; Patient Man (with Middleton) 38, 41-3, 76, 280-5, 330-1, 1212; The Raven’s Almanac 1271, 1272; Roaring Girl (with Middleton) 25, 33, 42-4, 47, 53, 58, 64, 72, 84, 87, 330, 373, 721-6, 779, 1166, 1272; A Rod for Runaways 129; Shoemaker’s Holiday 280, 1433, 1587; Troia-Nova Triumphans 963, 1251; The Whore of Babylon 510; The Wonderful Year 128-30, 184-5, 196, 329

Della Porta, Giambattista, La Sorella 780-1

Devereux, Robert, Second Earl of Essex 35-6, 76, 94, 329, 1919, 2000

Devereux, Robert, Third Earl of Essex 1027, 1124-5, 1127-8, 1633, 1682, 1909

Donne, John 27-8, 35-6, 43, 49, 334, 510, 910, 1028-9, 1077, 1398, 1776, 1778; Satires 1970

Dounton, Nicholas 1716

Drake, Sir Francis 30, 1587, 1902

Drayton, Michael 33, 37, 48, 76, 1202; Caesar’s Fall (with Dekker, Middleton, Munday, and Webster) 328-9, 1766; Matilda 1987; I Sir John Oldcastle 452

Dryden, John 1886

East India Company 53, 64, 1587, 1717-18

Eden, Richard 1717

Eld, George 45, 374, 594

Eliot, T. S. 33, 55, 57-8, 336, 373, 455, 546, 1633, 1825

Elizabeth I 32, 38, 59, 66, 75, 91, 222-3, 512, 723, 965, 1716, 1778

Elizabeth, Stuart Princess, Queen of Bohemia 1202, 1322, 1634, 1725, 1907

Erasmus, Desiderius 32-3, 40; The Education of a Christian Prince 836

Fearful and Lamentable Effects of Two Dangerous Comets 196-7, 1999-2002

Field, Nathan 37, 40

Fitch, Ralph 1716

Fletcher, John 35, 37-8, 43-4, 49-50, 52-3, 328, 779, 835, 980, 1075, 1331, 1543, 1679; All Is True; or Henry VIII (with Shakespeare) 91, 1544; Beggar’s Bush 1725; Custom of the Country 416; The Elder Brother 1030; The False One 332; Maid in the Mill 1723, 1726; The Maid’s Tragedy 833; Philaster 510; Rollo, Duke of Normandy 1542, 1546; The Spanish Curate 1827; Tragedy of Valentinian 836; Two Noble Kinsmen 328, 467, 1331

Ford, John 43, 52-3; Gypsy (with Dekker, Middleton, and Rowley) 25, 44-5, 1723-7

Forman, Simon 1125, 1166

Fortune theatre 42, 74-9, 81, 280, 721, 779

Foxe, John, Acts and Monuments 510, 837

Frederick V, Elector Palatine 1202, 1322, 1398, 1405-6, 1545, 1634, 1725, 1774, 1907

Frith, Mary 721

Fuller, Thomas, The Worthies of England 960

Garter, Thomas, Most Virtuous and Godly Susanna 836

Globe theatre 50, 74-9, 86, 280, 452, 547, 1166, 1168, 1825

Goff, Thomas 833, 1679

Gondomar, Conde de (Diego Sarmiento de Acuna, Spanish Ambassador) 672, 1252-3, 1773, 1776, 1826; illustrations 27, 1773, 1775 [see Scott, Thomas and Game]

Gough, Alexander, preface to Widow 1074

Greene, Robert 33, 36, 41, 53, 58, 204-5, 283, 375, 594, 1971; Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay (Middleton lost prologue/epilogue) 37, 76, 330

Grimston, Richard 1397

Guilpin, Everard, Skialetheia 1970, 1973

Haec Vir 722, 724

Hakluyt, Richard, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, and Discoveries of the English Nation 30, 1716

Halkett, Lady Anne 72

Hall, Joseph 34-5, 1971-3; Quo Vadis? A Just Censure of Travel 671; Virgidemiarum 1970

Harriot, Thomas 30

Harrison, Stephen, Magnificent (with Dekker, Jonson, and Middleton) 41, 43, 45, 85, 131, 219-23, 1898

Harrison, William, Description of Britain 1036

Harsnett, Samuel 511

Harvey, Gabriel 2000; Pierce’s Supererogation 2002

Harvey, Thomas 30-1, 35, 49, 68, 92

Haughton, William 36

Hawkins, William 1716

Hazlitt, William 33, 468, 1778

Henrietta Maria 1333, 1898-9, 1909-10

Henry VIII 27, 32, 128

Henry, Stuart Prince 1202, 1204, 1826

Herbert, George 27, 33, 35, 41

Herbert, Henry, Master of Revels 1034, 1634, 1826

Herbert, Mary Sidney 35-6, 49; Arcadia 33

Henslowe, Philip 43, 51, 280, 328, 330, 965, 1448, 1999

Heywood, Thomas 33, 37-8, 43-4, 48, 54, 66, 73, 452, 455, 1333; An Apology for Actors 329; If You Know Not Me, You Know Nobody Part II 72, 908; Old Law (with Middleton and Rowley) 27, 44-5, 53, 55, 981, 1331-4; The Rape of Lucrece 836, 1985; A Woman Killed with Kindness 1209, 1725

Hic Mulier 722-4

Hogarth, William 25

Holished, Raphael, Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland 330, 1166, 1448; illustration of Macbeth meeting witches 1166

Hope theatre 50, 79

Howard, Frances 1027-8, 1124-8, 1449, 1633-4, 1681-2

Jaggard, William 452

James I 26, 34, 40-1, 43, 45, 47, 49, 55, 59-60, 63, 78, 85, 87, 91, 94, 131, 183, 219-23, 329-30, 332, 335, 374, 509-10, 512, 546, 671-2, 680-2, 779, 960, 965, 1027, 1124-5, 1166-8, 1202, 1251-2, 1273, 1303-4, 1322, 1332, 1334, 1397, 1405-8, 1431-3, 1448, 1545, 1593, 1635, 1680-1, 1714, 1718, 1725, 1766-7, 1773-8, 1826, 1829, 1898, 1907-9, 2000; Basilikon Doron 1449; Daemonologie 1028, 1125; Declaration of Sports 1320-1; The True Law of Free Monarchies 1333

Johnson, Robert 34, 1168

Jones, Inigo 44, 57, 77, 80-3, 86-7, 219, 221, 1431, 1726, 1899; illustrations of private theatre 81-2

Jonson, Ben 25, 33, 36-8, 40-1, 44, 46-50, 52-3, 55, 57, 73, 77, 86-7, 280, 334, 596, 1030-32, 1074, 1077, 1407, 1431, 1679, 1766, 1776, 1886-7; Bartholomew Fair 594, 1212; The Case is Altered 1251; Catiline 43, 510, 835; Challenge at Tilt 1029; Christmas His Masque 1320; The Devil is an Ass 835; Epicoene 1076; Every Man in His Humour 29; Gypsies Metamorphosed 1034, 1036, 1725-6, 1778; Irish Masque 1028-29; Magnetic Lady 332; Magnificent (with Dekker, Harrison, and Middleton) 41, 43, 45, 85, 131, 219-23, 1898; Masque of Blackness 1714; Masque of Queenes 1126, 1166-8; Neptune’s Triumph 1034, 1725; Pan’s Anniversary 1322, 1407-8; Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue 1320-1, 1323, 1433; Sejanus 196, 782; Volpone 416, 544-5

Kempe, William 32, 74

King’s Men 47, 49, 78-9, 86-7, 452, 544, 833-5, 1034, 1074, 1128, 1168, 1451, 1542-3, 1544, 1593, 1773, 1779, 1825

Kirkman, Francis 52

Kyd, Thomas 37, 41, 332; The Spanish Tragedy 543, 1334, 1986

Lady Elizabeth’s Men 911, 1634, 1725

Lamb, Charles 1210, 1491; Specimens of English Dramatic Poets 53, 1488

Lamb, John 70

Lamb, Mary, Tales from Shakespeare (illustration of Macbeth’s witches) 1166

Lambarde, William, A Perambulation of Kent 1448-9

Langbaine, Gerard 52, 373; The Works of Mr Francis Beaumont and Mr John Fletcher (illustration of masque in Weapons) 51

Langland, William, Piers Plowman 329, 1970

Lant, Thomas, The Funeral Roll of Sir Philip Sidney (engraving) 284

Laud, William 1778

Lewis, Wyndham, illustration for Timon 56

Lodge, Thomas 183, 1398

Lowe, Peter, A Discourse of the Whole Art of Surgery 1212

Luther, Martin 681

Lyly, John 41, 332, 1075

Machiavelli, Niccolò, Florentine History 638, 1125

Mandevill, Robert 34

Marbeck, Edward 38, 44

Marbeck, John 38

Marbeck, Mary (Magdalen) 38, 44, 49, 282

Marbeck, Thomas 38

Marguerite of Navarre, Heptameron 638

Marlowe, Christopher 37, 41, 52-3, 76, 196, 332, 1774; Dido, Queen of Carthage 1031; Doctor Faustus 454; Jew of Malta 39, 74, 544; Tamburlaine II 837

Marprelate, Martin 65

Marston, John 35, 37-8, 49, 54, 77, 280, 1970-3; The Malcontent 91, 544; The Metamorphosis of Pygmalion’s Image and Certain Satires 153; Sophonisba, the Wonder of Women 836

Marx, Karl 468-70

Massinger, Philip 35, 37, 40, 44, 47, 50, 52, 1331, 1333, 1543; engraving of 48; Beggar’s Bush 1725; The Bondman 1032, 1726, 1775; The False One 332; A New Way to Pay Old Debts 373; The Spanish Curate 1827

Mead, Joseph 72, 1826, 1898-1900

Melanchthon, Philip 35

Meres, Francis 37, 1766

Middleton, Anne (Snowe) 27, 29-31, 38, 40, 92

Middleton, Avis 31, 38, 40, 47, 49

Middleton, Edward 49

Middleton, Thomas, adaptations of 373, 416, 1034; distinguishing features 93, 196-7, 1543; education of 31-4; engraving of 2, 47-8; favored stage directions 83, 1165; family life of 38-40; lost works of 51-2, 328-33; ordinary speech in 33; religious beliefs of 679-82, 1915-19; residence, location of 28, 38

Annals 45, 1907-9

Antiquity 1397-9, 1714, 1766-7

Aries 66, 1586-8, 1767

Banquet (with Dekker) 25, 37, 637-41, 833, 836

Black Book 35, 40, 42, 57, 204-6, 1272, 1970, 1973, 1999; title-page 204

‘Bolles’ 1886

‘Burbage’ 1887-9

Caesar’s Fall (with Dekker, Drayton, Munday, and Webster) 33, 328-9, 1766

Changeling (with Rowley) 25, 45-6, 50, 52, 55, 76-7, 80, 285, 333, 467, 833, 836, 907, 911, 1169, 1212, 1546, 1632-6, 1726, 1901

Chaste Maid 25-6, 32, 46, 60-1, 68, 80, 83, 282, 470, 724, 907-11, 1027, 1031, 1211, 1543

Chester Tragedy 36, 328

‘Charles I’ 1898-1900

Civitatis Amor 44, 86, 1202-4

Conqueror’s Custom 328, 330-2

Cupids 42, 45, 85, 1027-33, 1166, 1449, 1489, 1546, 1634, 1681

Dissemblers 45-6, 332, 1027, 1030-32, 1034-37, 1166, 1211, 1546, 1681, 1724-5

Entertainments 39, 42, 85, 1030, 1321, 1323, 1399, 1431-4

Farrago 1907, 1909-11

Father Hubburd 35, 57, 75, 149-54, 196, 205, 329, 336, 414, 1272, 1970, 1999

Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay (Greene) prologue/epilogue 37, 76, 330

Gallants 25, 46, 54, 78, 83, 329, 594-7, 1167

Game 25-6, 34-5, 41, 43-7, 49-50, 77, 280, 330, 454, 672, 1034-5, 1074, 1545, 1634-5, 1680-1, 1726, 1773-9 (Early), 1825-9 (Later), 1886, 1901, 1910-11, 2001; title-page engravings 27, 1773

Ghost 33, 36, 55, 204, 639, 836-7, 1985-8

Gravesend (with Dekker) 40, 128-31, 184

Gypsy (with Dekker, Ford, and Rowley) 25, 44-5, 1723-7

Hengist 25, 44-6, 55, 58, 328-30, 638, 1448-51, 1490, 1829, 1911

Heroes 42-3, 45, 85, 183, 1031, 1272, 1320-4

His Lordship’s Entertainment 959-61, 981

Industry 46, 53, 1251-3

Integrity 33, 1766-8

Invention 1323, 1431-4

Lady 25, 45, 84, 640-1, 833-8

Lost Plays 328-33 [see Caesar’s Fall, Chester Tragedy, Conqueror’s Custom, Puritan Maid, Viper and her Brood]

Macbeth [Shakespeare adaptation] 37, 41, 52, 330, 1165-9, 1544, 1829, 2001

Mad World 25, 42-4, 52, 330, 375, 414-17, 544, 1074

Magnificent (with Dekker, Harrison, and Jonson) 41, 43, 45, 85, 131, 219-23, 1898

‘Malfi’ 33, 58, 1886

Measure [Shakespeare adaptation] 37, 52, 1542-6, 2001

Meeting (with Dekker) 40, 42, 183-5

Michaelmas 44-7, 68, 72, 78, 84-5, 334-6, 414-15, 467, 1074

Microcynicon 25, 34, 40, 42, 151, 154, 329, 513, 1970-3

No Wit 25, 34, 37, 45, 86, 195, 779-83, 833, 1034, 1075, 1212, 1272, 1543

Occasional Poems 1886-9 [see ‘Bolles’, ‘Burbage’, ‘Malfi’, ‘Picture’, ‘St James’, ‘To the King’]

Old Law (with Rowley and Heywood) 27, 44-5, 53, 55, 981, 1331-4

Owl 33, 36, 57, 86, 195, 1271-4, 2002; title-page 1271

Patient Man (with Dekker) 38, 41-3, 76, 85, 280-5, 330-1, 1212

Peacemaker 38, 40, 45, 672, 1210, 1303-6, 1778

Penniless Parliament 33, 41-2, 1999-2002

Phoenix 25, 41-2, 44-6, 55, 91-4, 1209

‘Picture’ 1886

Plato 195-7, 1272, 2002

Prosperity 42, 1901-3; title-page 1901

Puritan 35, 46-7, 509-13, 1272

Puritan Maid 328, 330-1

Quarrel (with Rowley) 25, 45, 61, 70, 981, 1209-12, 1272, 1546, 1725; title-page illustration 1209

Quiet Life (with Webster) 25, 37-8, 45-6, 78, 330, 1272, 1545, 1593-6

Revenger 25, 34, 41, 45-6, 55, 131, 374, 543-7, 640-1, 782, 833, 836, 911, 1209, 1829

Roaring Girl (with Dekker) 25, 33, 42-4, 47, 53, 58, 64, 72, 84, 87, 330, 373, 721-6, 779, 1035, 1075, 1166, 1272; title-page illustration 721

Sherley (translation of Loeachius) 34, 670-2; portrait of Sir Robert Sherley 671

Solomon 33-4, 36, 55, 76, 149, 204, 836, 1915-19

‘St James’ 1886

Tennis (with Rowley) 42, 44, 46, 78, 83, 86, 1029, 1322-3, 1405-8, 1431, 1545, 1829; title-page 1405

Timon (with Shakespeare) 42, 52, 452, 467-70, 1031; Illustration 54

‘To the King’ 1887

Trick 42, 45, 78, 373-6, 414, 467, 1546

Truth 32, 42, 57, 59, 86, 907, 910, 959, 961, 963-8, 1029, 1323, 1588, 1714-15, 1766, 1900, 1903

Two Gates 36, 42, 45, 679-82, 1776; illustration 682

Valour 25, 35-7, 54, 1031, 1679-83, 2000; ‘Hence, all you vain delights’ 1886

Viper and Her Brood 328, 332

Virtue 1714-18, 1767

Weapons (with Rowley) 46, 980-2, 1829; illustration 51

Widow 25, 32, 45-6, 78, 84, 1027, 1074-7, 1166

Witch 25, 45, 78, 84, 330-1, 638, 1027, 1031-2, 1124-8, 1165-6, 1168-9, 1449, 1544, 1829

Women Beware 25, 33, 45-6, 52, 54-5, 57, 83-4, 86, 781, 836, 907, 1027, 1034-5, 1167, 1169, 1488-92, 1632, 1635, 1723-4, 1829; photograph RSC production 56

Yorkshire 43, 45-6, 452-5, 467, 1272

Middleton, William 28-30, 61, 65

Milton, John 33, 35, 49-50; Lycidas 1825; Masque at Ludlow Castle 1433

Montaigne, Michel de 1332, 1334

Moore, John 34

More, Thomas 27, 59-60; Utopia 1332, 1827

Moryson, Fynes, Itinerary Containing his Ten Years’ Travel 1488

Moseley, Humphrey 328, 330, 980, 1034

Mulcaster, Richard 1030-31

Munday, Anthony 37, 42-3, 45, 66, 73, 76, 330, 333, 960, 964-5, 1251-2, 1397, 1448; Caesar’s Fall (with Dekker, Drayton, Middleton, and Webster) 328-9, 1766; Chrysanaleia 1203; The Death of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon 332, 836; Metropolis Coronata 1766; The Triumphs of the Golden Fleece 1766-8; The Triumphs of Re-United Britannia 963, 1714

Myddleton, Hugh 960, 965, 1433; portrait 959

Myddleton, Sir Thomas 42, 67-8, 963, 965, 968, 1029, 1716; portrait 964

Nashe, Thomas 25, 33-4, 36-7, 40, 58, 128, 151, 196, 205-6, 513, 544, 1273, 1773-4, 1778, 1999, 2002; Dido, Queen of Carthage (with Marlowe) 1031; Have with You to Saffron Walden 2000; Pierce Penniless His Supplication to the Devil 150, 152-4, 204, 334, 453, 1272; The Unfortunate Traveller 129

Nelson, Thomas 963

New River project 960, 981, 1433 [see His Lordship’s Entertainment]

Nixon, Anthony, The Black Year 196, 1999, 2001

Okes, Nicholas 43, 965, 1251

Overbury, Thomas 34, 1027-8, 1124, 1271, 1449, 1633, 1635, 1681, 1908

Overbury scandal 1027-8, 1032, 1124-8, 1449, 1489, 1633-5, 1681-2, 1908; illustration 45

Painter, William, The Palace of Pleasure 546, 638

Partridge, Bernard, illustration of Macbeth’s witches 53

Paul’s, Children of 37, 42, 55, 74-8, 91, 332, 334, 373, 414, 512-13, 544

Paul’s theatre 42, 44, 74-8, 87, 334, 373, 414, 512-13

Pavier, Thomas 452

Peacham, Henry 1032; Minerva Britanna 333, 966-7

Peele, George 41, 53, 963; Descensus Astraeae 965, 1766; The Hunting of Cupid 1031; Titus Andronicus (with Shakespeare) 637-8; The Turkish Mahamet and Hyrin the Fair Greek 1334

Pepys, Samuel 1034, 1074, 1165, 1636, 1726

Perkins, William 34, 331, 511, 681; A Golden Chain (illustration) 679

Phoenix theatre [see Cockpit]

Pilkington, Richard 34

Playford, John, The Dancing Master 1726

Pond, Edward 1271

Potter, Barnabas 34

Prince Charles’s Men 44, 78, 981, 1212, 1322, 1333, 1407

Prince Henry’s Men 42, 78, 285, 726, 779

Prynne, William 336

Puttenham, George 1398

Queen Anne’s Men 280

Queen Henrietta’s Men 280, 1726

Queen’s Men 76

Queen’s Revels, Children of the [see Blackfriars, Children of the]

Rabelais, Francois, Gargantua et Pantagruel 1827

Rainolds, John 34

Ralegh, Sir Walter 30, 36

Randolph, Thomas 49-50

Rankin, William, Seven Satires 1970-1

Red Bull theatre 79, 280, 1212, 1333

Revels, Children of the [see Blackfriars, Children of the]

Reynolds, John, The Triumph of God’s Revenge 1633-4

Rich, Barnarby 1971; Farewell to Military Profession 546, 1334

Richards, Nathaniel 50; commendatory verse for Women Beware 1488

Ripa, Cesare, Iconologia (illustrations) 1715, 1717

Roe, Thomas 1716

Rose theatre 74-5, 77-9, 81

Rowlands, Samuel 36, 331

Rowley, Samuel 37

Rowley, William 37-8, 44, 49, 52, 1331, 1333, 1826; The Changeling (with Middleton) 25, 45-6, 50, 52, 55, 76-7, 80, 285, 333, 467, 833, 836, 907, 911, 1169, 1212, 1546, 1632-6, 1726, 1901; A Cure for a Cuckold 1210; Gypsy (with Dekker, Ford, and Middleton) 25, 44-5, 1723-7; Maid in the Mill 1723, 1726; Old Law (with Heywood and Middleton) 27, 44-5, 53, 55, 981, 1331-4; Tennis (with Middleton) 42, 44, 46, 78, 83, 86, 1029, 1322-3, 1405-8; The Travels of the Three English Brothers 672; Quarrel (with Middleton) 25, 45, 61, 70, 981, 1209-12, 1272, 1546, 1725; Weapons (with Middleton) 980-2

Rubens, Peter Paul 26

Ruskin, John 468

Salisbury Court theatre 79, 416, 1726

Schiller, Friedrich 468

Scot, Reginald, A Discoverie of Witchcraft 1128

Scott, Thomas 1634, 1774, 1776-7; The Second Part of Vox Populi 2000; title page illustration 1775

Shakespeare, William 25, 33, 38, 41, 45, 47, 49-50, 53-5, 58, 85, 280, 833, 835, 1331, 1679, 1774, 1828, 1886; All Is True; or Henry VIII (with Fletcher) 91, 1544; Antony and Cleopatra 332; Comedy of Errors 1544; Coriolanus 1778; Cymbeline 510; Hamlet 75-6, 336, 416, 543, 545, 641, 837-8, 1632; I Henry IV 594; Henry V 74, 76, 332; 2 Henry VI 55; History of King Lear 185; King Lear 43, 452, 467, 1271, 1492; Macbeth [adapted by Middleton] 37, 41, 52, 330, 1165-9, 1544, 1829; Measure [adapted by Middleton] 37, 52, 91-2, 836, 1542-6; Merchant of Venice 470, 594, 908; A Midsummer Night’s Dream 1726; Othello 43; Pericles (with Wilkins) 58, 332, 1543, 1888; Rape of Lucrece 1985-8; Richard II 35, 76; Taming of the Shrew 725; Timon (with Middleton) 42, 52, 452, 467-70, 1031; Titus Andronicus (with Peele) 39, 637-8; Twelfth Night 1075; Two Noble Kinsmen 328, 467, 1331; The Winter’s Tale 834, 1546

Sharpham, Edward, The Fleer 375

Shaw, Byam, illustration for Timon 54

Shirley, James 37, 50, 53, 1679; revival of No Wit 779-81; Triumph of Peace 1030

Sidney, Sir Philip 30, 33-36, 41, 47, 49, 1331; Apology for Poetry 332; Old Arcadia 1031

Spenser, Edmund 33, 35, 48-9, 908; Amoretti 1203; Faerie Queene 510, 724, 909, 1030, 1448, 1826

Squire, John, The Triumphs of Peace 1714-15, 1766

Stannego, Janusza, illustration for Chaste Maid 56

Stow, John 1433, 1909; Annales 1907; Summary of English Chronicles 452; Survey of London 45, 204, 220, 959-60, 964-5, 1202, 1398

Stubbes, Philip 335, 723

Suckling, John 1679

Swan theatre 74-5, 77, 79-83, 911, 1408

Swetnam the Woman-Hater Arraigned by Women 1489

Swinburne, Algernon Charles 25, 54, 779, 833

Sylvester, Josuah, Du Bartas His Devine weekes and workes 33

Tarlton, Richard 196

Taylor, John 43

Topsell, Edward 332

Tourneur, Cyril 467; The Atheist’s Tragedy 546, 1125

Trollope, Anthony 54-5, 779, 1825; The Fixed Period 54, 1332

Turner, Anne 1027, 1125; illustration 45

Two Most Unnatural and Bloody Murders 452

Tyndale, William 1035

Underdowne, Thomas, An Aethiopian History 546

Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham 70, 335, 1034, 1124, 1322-3, 1398, 1406, 1635, 1680, 1725-6, 1768, 1773, 1777-8, 1826, 1910

Wallington, Nehemiah 27

Warner, William, Pan His Syrinx 637-9

Waterer, Allen 31, 35, 38

Webster, John 37, 43, 52-3, 835, 1543; Appius and Virginia 836; Caesar’s Fall (with Dekker, Drayton, Middleton, and Munday) 328-9, 1766; A Cure for a Cuckold 1210; The Duchess of Malfi 33, 58, 1035; Monuments of Honour 1903; Quiet Life (with Middleton) 25, 37-8, 45-6, 78, 330, 1272, 1545, 1593-6; The White Devil 329, 1715

White Robert, Cupid’s Banishment 1032

Whitgift, John 510, 512-13

Whitney, Geoffrey, A Choice of Emblems 1715

Wilde, Oscar, Salome 641

Wilkins, George 44, 467; The Miseries of Enforced Marriage 452-4; Pericles (with Shakespeare) 58, 332, 1543, 1888; The Travels of the Three English Brothers 672

Will of the Devil, The 204-5

Wilson, Robert 329

Wilson, Thomas, The Art of Rhetoric 40; Christian Dictionary 1077

Wither, George 43, 49

Worcester’s Men 328

Wotton, Henry 1322